On YouTube, Letterman was no match for his spry, versatile competition.
In fact he is probably the most versatile performer ever to helm the show.
There was always the sense that she wanted to be everything—big and small—an option her versatile appeal afforded her.
Served in lieu of morning pancakes or bread at supper, ployes are nothing if not versatile.
Dark and Spicy Mexican Hot Chocolate Chile ancho powder is a versatile spice derived from dry Mexican Ancho chiles.
Perez was not the only favoured votary of the versatile siren.
And a very tolerable forgery did this versatile hero produce.
He is interesting in spite of his faults; he is accomplished, versatile, and brilliant.
It is to be wished that it were, but it is no such easy matter to be versatile in painting.
Thus, we say the French people are versatile, the French nation is at war with Russia.
c.1600, from Latin versatilis "turning, revolving, moving, capable of turning to varied subjects or tasks," from past participle stem of versare "keep turning, be engaged in something, turn over in the mind," frequentative of vertere "to turn" (see versus).